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Read full article (PDF file, 778 KB) The Treaty Clause of the Constitution gives the President the “Power, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, to make Treaties, provided two thirds of the Senators present concur.”  In theory, treatymaking traditionally proceeds in three steps: First, the President…
Read full article (PDF file, 742 KB) There is now little doubt that humans will be forced to adapt to the impacts of a warming world. There is also little doubt that the poorest people in the poorest countries will bear most of the burden of adapting to climate consequences…
Read full article (PDF file, 867 KB) To what extent does the legal framework of the World Trade Organization (WTO) permit trade restrictions that, at least in part, express the moral beliefs of particular societies and have a root in noninstrumental morality? This Article will consider this question using the…
Read full article (PDF file, 508 KB) Congress passed the Drug Trafficking Vessel Interdiction Act (DTVIA)  in 2008 to address a new tool employed by drug traffickers to transport illicit drugs worldwide: the self-propelled submersible vessel (SPSS). According to one congressman, at any particular moment more than one hundred of…
Read full article (PDF file, 314 KB) Cultural property is a unique form of property. It may be at once personal property and real property; it is non-fungible; it carries deep historical value; it educates; it is part tangible, part transient.  Cultural property is property that has acquired a special…
Read full article (PDF file, 280 KB) Reviewed in this issue: On the Frontlines: Gender, War, and the Post-Conflict Process. By Fionnuala Ní Aoláin Civilian or Combatant?: A Challenge for the Twenty-First Century. By Anicée Van Engeland. Complicity and the Law of State Responsibility. By Helmut Philipp Aust.  When International Law…